Multinational Joint Special Forces Exercise Fajar Al Sharq-V Concludes at NCTC Pabbi

Pakistan ArmyMultinational Joint Special Forces Exercise Fajar Al Sharq-V Concludes at NCTC Pabbi

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The Closing Ceremony of Multinational Joint Special Forces Exercise Fajar Al Sharq-V was held at National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC), Pabbi.Multinational Joint Special Forces Exercise Fajar Al Sharq-V Concludes at NCTC Pabbi

In a statement on Saturday, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that troops from special forces of Pakistan, Bahrain, Iraq and Kuwait participated in the exercise.

   

The two weeks long exercise commenced on November 27, 2023 at NCTC, Pabbi with participation of Special forces contingents from the brotherly countries in Counter Terrorism domain.

Besides the exercising troops, officers from the brotherly countries of Bahrain, Iraq and Kuwait also witnessed the Closing Ceremony.

Special Forces of participating countries, displayed their professional excellence on the final day.

The exercise was aimed at further harnessing the historic military to military relations amongst brotherly countries and helped nurture joint employment concepts against counter terrorism, besides identifying areas of mutual interest for future military collaborations.

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